Just because it’s fall doesn’t mean you have to totally give up on outdoor activities. But with the change of season, you may want to think about a change of décor—both inside and outside your Knoxville home.
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There are 72 schools in the Knoxville area. The public schools are part of the Knox County School District, which enrolls 27 percent of the Knoxville population. That’s a lot of different schools spread out over a wide area of the Knoxville region.
One of the best things about fall is the fantastic foliage. And you’d be hard-pressed to find a better place to look at the leaves than here in Eastern Tennessee. And while we don’t really expect the leaves to start turning before October, now is a good time to plan for trips around the area.
September may seem a little early to be thinking about storing household items to prepare your home for the fall and winter seasons. After all, the average high temperatures for the Knoxville region average about 85 degrees early in the month and dip to a quite comfortable 76 degrees toward month’s end. And even the low temperatures rarely fall below 45 degrees. That’s just one of the many reasons people move to Knoxville.
It's been said that "seeing is believing." But when it comes to selecting the right home in Knoxville, "just seeing" often isn't enough. There are plenty of great photos of homes on the Internet. And if you peruse our new home floor plans in Knoxville, you’ll find dozens of fantastic photos of both the interiors and exteriors of our homes. But most smart homebuyers want a little more.